We have planned a full and exciting RCS programme for the autumn season as follows: 23 September: Speaker Lunch at the Helena May: Tsering Namgyal introduces his new book, ‘Tibetan Suitcase’ October/November: Members’ Dinners at the Harilela Mansion and the Zoroastrian Club 14 October: Musical Evening and buffet dinner at the Hong Kong Club (Neville Sarony … [Read More...]
Lindsay Varty presents Sunset Survivors, Hong Kong’s dying street trades at 12:30pm on 9 Jan…… Register here
On 12 December, RCS, HK Branch held its annual Christmas Party at the Helena May. Attended by the British and Canadian Consuls General and around 50 guests, carols were sung by RCS choral scholar, Freddie Tsang.
On 23 November Hong Kong held its first Commonwealth Cricket Cup at the Kowloon Cricket Club. The event was originally held earlier this year in New Delhi. Six Consul General’s teams took the field (Australia, England, India, New Zealand, Pakistan and South Africa) and Pakistan took the Cup in a thrilling final with runners-up India. […]
Exactly one hundred years after the Armistice in 1918, Mr Peter Mann, Mrs Joan Campbell and Dr Verner Bickley lay a wreath on behalf of RCS, HK Branch at the Cenotaph.
The Commonwealth Cricket Cup, 23 Nov, Noon to 6pm, at Kowloon Cricket Club, and followed by a Poolside dinner party at 7pm…… Register here
RCS, HK Branch, organized a charity concert at the residence of the Canadian Consul General on 25 October. Concert pianist, Jacqueline Leung, played pieces from Schumann, Bach, Gershwin and Chopin. Around $22,000 was raised for El Sistema, a charity which provides musical instruments and group training to disadvantaged young people in Tin Shui Wai.
RCS Young Fellow invite you to a Film & Dinner Night at the Hong Kong Club, Caernarvon & Edinburgh Room. Dress code: Lounge suit Register here
On 10 October, RCS, HK Branch held a cocktail reception for 50 fellows and guests at which Dr Verner Bickley MBE and Dr Gillian Bickley presented the secret diaries of an American in China at the time of the Second Opium War. It was a colourful evocation of Hong Kong and China in the 1860s. […]
On 20 September, RCS, HK Branch organized a charity concert at the residence of the Australian Consul-General (which had luckily survived the recent super-typhoon) to raise funds for the RCS Vocal Scholarship at the Academy for Performing Arts. The concert had a lunar theme and around $40,000 was raised for the scholarship.